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Don't Try This On Your Iphone Folks!

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The first phone to use a Pentium class (Atom) CPU.

What's even more exciting about this is that it has always required special development environments to develop phone software. Here the same raw code that runs on your PC will run on your phone - yes, these days even Apple PCs! Not only does this make development a lot easier, but many things that wouldn't otherwise get written (or be practical) probably already exist, and will now easily port to your phone.

The full impact of this is going to take a while to pan out, but it's part of the process of changing what a computer is and can do for the average person. Prepare to be amazed! biggrin.gif

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its not really a phone though is it, its more a small pc in the shape of a mobile!

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its not really a phone though is it, its more a small pc in the shape of a mobile!

more a mobile phone with a small PC's features i think.. but that's opinions for you!

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